Top games on PS4 list

PlayStation 4 has a new updated version, the PS5. The PS5 games are mostly similar to the PS4 games, but you may find some differences in features and graphics.

PlayStation 4 is a top gaming console that offers great performance and great games. There are many different types of genres, such as action-adventure, role-playing and shooter games for PlayStation 4.

Some of the most popular games for PlayStation 4 are:

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare:

This is a first-person shooter game that takes place in modern times. It offers both single-player and multiplayer modes.

COD: Modern Warfare

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Red Dead Redemption 2:

This is an open world Western action-adventure game that takes place in 1899 during the American frontier. It offers both single-player and online multiplayer modes.

Red Dead Redemption 2


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The Last of Us Part II:

This is an action-adventure game that follows the story of Ellie and Joel as they try to survive in a post-apocalyptic world where zombies have taken over society.

The Last of Us 2

Last of Us

 

The Last of Us Remastered

One of the best games ever made, The Last of Us Remastered is a must-have for any PlayStation 4 owner. It tells an adult story that deals with themes like love, loss, and revenge in a way that few video games can match. Developer Naughty Dog's incredible attention to detail in its narrative and gameplay shows, making it one of the most engrossing experiences you can have on Sony's console. Add in new content exclusive to this edition and improved visuals to boot, and you've got an excellent game you'll definitely want to play through more than once.

The Last of Us Remastered

Last of Us Remastered


Grand Theft Auto V

Rockstar Games' open-world crime opus is perhaps the closest thing we have to an actual living, breathing city... if you're into committing crimes and driving recklessly, that is. GTA V's fictional Los Angeles-inspired setting aptly named Los Santos has all the vices of urban America, packed into one gorgeous map filled with cars to steal and people to kill — or save from rampaging zombies.

GTA 5

GTA V 

Minecraft

Minecraft is one of the best games to play on PS4. The game has over 80 million copies sold on PC and console devices.

This sandbox survival indie game developed by Mojang has evolved from a cult classic to a very successful franchise.

The game features a randomly generated world with blocky graphics, a third person perspective and is not heavily focused on combat but rather exploration and building structures.

The game can be played in both third person or first person view. It has three different modes: Creative (you have unlimited resources), Adventure (enemies are stronger than usual) and Survival (player will have to fight against enemies, hunger, thirst and even weather conditions).

Minecraft

Minecraft


Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Oh Kojima, you mad genius you. MGSV is an epic achievement in open world stealth action gaming. You'll feel like you have a million different ways to approach every mission, and thanks to its sturdy online multiplayer mode (specifically Metal Gear Online), you can enjoy this one for hours on end. If you're looking for an epic stealth experience full of memorable characters and interesting gameplay mechanics, look no further than this gem.

Metal Gear Solid V

Metal Gear Solid V

 Shadow of Mordor


This game came out of nowhere near the end of 2014, but quickly became one of the best games we played that year.

Shadow Of Mordor

Shadow of Mordor

 

Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn is an action role-playing game developed by Guerrilla Games and published by Sony Interactive Entertainment. The plot follows Aloy, a hunter in a world overrun by machines, who sets out to uncover her past.

The player uses ranged weapons, a spear and stealth to combat mechanical creatures and other enemy forces. A skill tree provides the player with new abilities and passive bonuses. The player can explore the open world to discover side quests.

Horizon Zero Dawn

Horizon Zero Dawn

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